TheChronicles Of Narnia should remainthe one to beat this weekend despite no new launches. The blockbuster nowstands at $326m through Buena Vista International (BVI).
Narniawill cross $600m in worldwide ticketsales this weekend - it reached $590.6m at time of writing - and will becomethe fifth Disney Company title to achieve this milestone.
MeanwhileBVI's Chicken Little has amassed$116m to date and is expected to hold solidly in its territories ahead of nextweekend's big push, which includes Germany and South Korea.
TheDimension thriller Derailed getsit first major market release this weekend when BVI launches it in Russia onJan 20. Latest figures put Flightplan on $106.5m.
Asof this week Universal's King Kong hadreached $296m through UIP and will sail past $300m this week, even though ithas opened in all the major territories.
Universal'sGulf War drama Jarhead goes outin Russia on Jan 19, while Nanny McPhee launches in Brazil on Jan 20. Focus Features' Golden Globe champion BrokebackMountain opens in Spain on Jan 20.
UIPalso has a raft of Paramount titles on the launchpad this weekend. Aeon Fluxgoes out in Mexico on Jan 20, TheWeather Man opens in Brazil on Jan20, and the rapper drama Get Rich Or Die Tryin' goes out in the UK, also on Jan 20.
WarnerBros Pictures International's (WBPI) Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire is still generating solid box office around the worldand will close in on $600m this weekend.
Thepicture stands at $584.2m and remains active in many territories. WBPI's comedyRumor Has It has grossed $20.2mfrom the early stages of its run and opens in Sweden and Belgium this weekend.
SonyPictures releasing International (SPRI) opens Fun With Dick And Jane in the UK and Brazil on Jan 20 and executives will belooking to build on the comedy remake's early $18m international running total.
Memoirsof A Geisha goes out in Spain on Jan20; it has amassed $20.8m through all distributors to date. The Producers, currently on more than $6m, opens in Argentina onJan 19.
FoxInternational's family sequel Cheaper By The Dozen 2, which stands at $30.2m, opens in Argentina and Singapore on Jan 19.
TheFamily Stone launches in Italy onJan 20 and stands at $23.8m, while Roll Bounce, which is in the early stages of its run, launchesin France on Jan 18, Germany on Jan 19, and Spain on Jan 20.
UKviewers get their chance to see Shopgirl when it launches on Jan 20. The romantic comedy is also in the earlystages of its run.
FoxInternational is releasing Brokeback Mountain in Taiwan, the distributor's only market, thisweekend. The awards favourite has grossed more than $5.1m so far, mostlythrough the UK.
Latest figures released bythe distributor put Night Watch on$31.8m through all distributors.